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The Best Homemade Baby Food on the Planet

See the benefit of making your own baby food with these recipes.

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Like many other foods you can eat, baby food is one that can be purchased in a processed form, or made at home for the ultimate ingredient control. Making baby food for your child can be very healthy and allows you to know exactly what’s going in it. The Best Homemade Baby Food on the Planet is a recipe book written by Karin Knight and Tina Ruggiero. This book provides over 200 nutritious baby food recipes that allow you to know what goes into every bite your baby takes. This cookbook also includes over 60 purees that your baby will love. Making homemade baby food is growing in popularity as more cookbooks are available.

You can use your own kitchen to prepare recipes designed for children from age six months to 23 months. Each recipe in this book has two ways to prepare it by using either the microwave or the stovetop. The meals can be prepared in less than 10 minutes most of the time when using the microwave. All of the recipes that can be frozen have an icon indicating that. All recipes also include nutritional information so you’ll know you’re giving your baby the best. The recipes are broken out by the child’s age so you don’t have to flip through pages when making food. This book can also be helpful if you have children that are close in age. The Best Homemade Baby Food on the Planet also gives you some information on why homemade baby food is better than store bought.

PRO
  • Includes a guide telling you what you’ll need
  • Encourages cooking your own baby food rather than buying off the shelf
  • Allows you to know exactly what’s in your child’s food
  • Many of the recipes can be prepared in 10 minutes or less
  • Offers instructions for stove top or microwave preparation
  • Includes over 200 recipes and over 60 purees for babies
  • Chapters separated by age appropriate recipes
CON
  • None to speak of
DIET and NUTRITION

All of the recipes in this baby food cookbook are for babies between the ages of six months and 23 months. The recipes are divided up into chapters that fit each age group. There are over 200 recipes included and many of them can be prepared in 10 minutes or less. You have the option of using your stove top or microwave to prepare these dishes. There is also a special icon next to the recipes that are suitable for freezing. Some of the recipes you’ll see in this cookbook are:

  • Perfect Apple Puree
  • Sweet Pear Puree
  • Best Banana Saute
  • Perfectly Paired Fruit and Grain Oatmeal
  • Zoom Zoom Zucchini
  • Creamy Butternut Squash Puree
  • No-Cook Prune Puree
  • Peachy Plum
  • Peach and Banana Whip
  • Green Pea and Potato Garden Puree
EXERCISE

There is no exercise associated with The Best Homemade Baby Food on the Planet cookbook.

CONCLUSION

Making food for your baby is a lot easier and even quicker than you may think. It also allows you to have total control over what your child is eating. The Best Homemade Baby Food on the Planet offers over 200 recipes and several charts to let you know when to introduce new fruits and vegetables to your baby. This book gives you an overview of the tools you’ll need to prepare homemade baby food and talks about the benefits of making it at home over buying processed foods. If you’ve been thinking about making your own baby food, The Best Homemade Baby Food on the Planet can help you make some of the best.

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Related Diets: Baby Love, The Baby Food Bible


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